Looking To Sell Homemade Food In Bangalore? Here’s What You Need To Know


If you are someone who loves cooking, then the idea of selling homemade food may have crossed your mind at least a dozen of times. Selling food from home may seem like a tough and challenging task at the beginning. But, with the right help and guidance, you will be able to easily sell homemade food in Bangalore.The ramifications of the Covid19 outbreak has made us all realize why it is important to have a second income. So, it’s not just homemakers who are trying to sell food. Several working professionals and even students are trying to make money by selling homemade food. If you are looking to sell homemade food in Bangalore, here are a few things you should know.

Why Sell Homemade Food Online

Several people who love cooking and want to sell food online often wonder will it help me make money or is there any scope. The reality is that there has been an increased demand in the need for home cooked meals over the last few years. In fact, the demand for homemade food is expected to rise in the upcoming years.

It won’t cost you a lot to start selling food from your kitchen. You will be able to easily run a business at the comfort of your home at your convenience. You could also partner with Masalabox by registering as a home chef. All you need to do is to visit our website or application and fill the registration form. Our team members will get in touch with you and take care of the rest.

What Happens After Registration

Once you register as a chef with Masalabox, our team will get in touch with you and organize a tasting session at your home. The tasting session will be based on factors like your location and the possibility of food delivery. After the tasting session, you will need to collect an FSSAI certification before you start selling food online. However, you do not have to worry because our team will be guiding you throughout the process until you get the necessary certifications.

Once you get the certifications, you can start selling food from your home online through Masalabox. We have a flexible system, which will allow home chefs to cook food based on their availability and preferences. So, what’s stopping you from selling home cooked food from your kitchen and making money.

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  • Chetana uppar , February 3, 2023 @ 2:21 pm

    I want to be a part of home chief so please call me back

  • Hussain , February 8, 2023 @ 3:16 pm

    I am good in preparing Kerala food and Kerala tea snacks
    My contact number

  • Shipra , February 27, 2023 @ 11:44 pm

    I cook very tasty North Indian cuisine would like to join your network

  • Prasanna , March 9, 2023 @ 11:36 am

    I cook Binyanis very tasty and South Indian veg and non veg curries and rasam sambar and different chutneys and looforward to sell andhrapickles

  • Vasanthikrishnan , March 25, 2023 @ 7:26 pm

    I am good at preparing vegitarian South Indian dishes. I want to join as home chef. Please call me back

  • Priyanka , April 9, 2023 @ 4:42 pm

    I am north Indian food specialist .i want join you

  • Suchirita Ravichandra , May 13, 2023 @ 9:18 pm

    I am good at cooking delicious south Indian non veg dishes like mutton chops mutton biryani chicken curry paaya (mutton kaal gravy)
    Besides this I can prepare chapati with side dishes and fish fry and gravy prawns
    I would like to join your network
    I live in bangalore shanthinagar near st Joseph College
    Contact number 8762172165

  • Pallavi KG , May 23, 2023 @ 2:47 pm

    I want to sell South Indian home made food.

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